1800Flowers periodically offers 1750 points per order with Southwest Airlines and JetBlue. When combined with tricks for buying discount gift cards, this has been a good way of indirectly buying miles at a very good price.
I’ve written about the recent Southwest offer several times recently, and I published the JetBlue deal on Friday (found here).
Somewhere along the way, the Southwest deal stopped working but then came back to life with a new promo code: RRMD24. And, with JetBlue, a second promo code appeared. So, now, JetBlue customers can choose to use either TB33 or TB1750. Both offer 1750 points per order.
New 5 order limit
All of the currently working codes have new terms associated with them. Here’s what’s written in the terms for the JetBlue offers:
Limit of five (5) orders per TrueBlue member ID / customer for this promotion. No points will be awarded for more than 5 purchases on the same member ID / customer. Offer valid through May 10, 2016.
And, the Southwest offer has the same idea:
Limit of five (5) orders per Rapid Rewards member ID / customer for this promotion. No points will be awarded for more than 5 purchases on the same member ID / customer.
Strangely, the Southwest offer isn’t technically available yet even though the website accepts the code. The terms state: “Offer valid May 2, 2016 through May 9, 2016.” In the past, the offer valid dates have always referred to the date in which you place the order not the date of delivery. So, if you want to get Southwest points, I’d recommend waiting until May 2nd to place your order.
Arguing for points?
If you placed more than 5 orders while the old terms were in place, you should still get those points. If you do not, contact 1800Flowers’ Celebration Rewards department to ask for help (they’re the ones that deal with airline mile awards). For reference, my prior JetBlue Quick Deal listed the original terms of that deal (found here).